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Post-Panic Pragmatics

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Do you know someone who was leveled by the last financial panic and its aftermath? Were you? Want to insulate yourself from the next one? You can. In this exclusive, special enhanced version of Post-Panic Pragmatics by Elizabeth Towne, you’ll learn how you can avoid being leveled by the next financial panic and its aftermath… and yes, there will be one!

As a result of the last financial panic (2007-2008) and its aftermath, which some refer to as the “Great Recession”, quite a number of good, well-meaning folks have lost their jobs, their businesses, their cars, their homes, and their self-respect. Hopefully, you’re not among them.

It’s for those folks and all those who lay awake at night worrying they might be next that this article on the subject was done.

This exclusive article is divided into three parts:

In Part 1, you’ll find Post-Panic Pragmatics, a rare 1908 article by Elizabeth Towne, who was Wallace D. Wattles’ primary publisher, that appeared in her monthly magazine The Nautilus, which was the leading new thought periodical of its day. What she wrote in that article over one hundred years ago is as true today as it was then.

In Part 2, Tony Mase, a serious student of the works of Wallace D. Wattles, who’s best known for his classic masterpiece The Science of Getting Rich, will comment on Mrs. Towne’s excellent article to help you get the most from it and put it in its proper perspective.

In Part 3, Tony will share with you six things you need to start doing now to avoid being leveled by the next financial panic and its resulting aftermath.

About Elizabeth Towne

Elizabeth Towne (1865-1960), who’s best known for her monthly magazine The Nautilus, the leading new thought periodical of its day, was a very influential writer, editor, and publisher in the new thought and self-development movements from the late 19th through the mid-20th century.

About Tony Mase

Tony Mase is a serious student of the works of Wallace D. Wattles, who’s best known for his classic masterpiece The Science of Getting Rich. He used Wallace D. Wattles’ principles to make more progress in just a couple of years, both personally and in business, than he did in the previous thirty years combined.

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